Phone: Office Hours: M-F 12pm-2pm
Degrees and Certifications:
BFA emphasis in graphic design BA art education K-12
My name is Jacob Lewis and art won't leave me alone. It pervades every corner of my life. As an art teacher, I focus on developing students' ability to communicate through the visual language. I have a strong distaste for hand turkeys and making "stuff" for the sake of just making "stuff". I believe the world is overstuffed and needs better ideas.
I love learning alongside my students and especially get excited when something insightful or wise springs forth from the magical beard of truthiness. I work very hard to create a positive and empowering classroom and get really bummed out when students aren't happy.
When I'm not teaching I am busy with RASA Easels, a small art supplies start-up I co-founded with my best friend. I love quality time with my family in the midst of all the craziness, and occasionally still find time to make music and personal artworks.
I am reminded of why I love teaching when I see a student grow in a way that makes them excited about who they are.
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, July 9, 2020
Hello my Amazing Students!
Please be advised that the district is, and will continue to monitor your posts to all classroom team webpages. I have chosen to disable students' ability to post on the public classroom board. By doing so, it removes clutter from the page so that vital information I post can easily be seen without having to sift through several conversations.
If you need to ask me a question, please email me. My office hours are 12-2 pm, M-F. This is the time you will receive the most expedient response from me. I will be streaming live video lessons, posting pre-recorded videos, and using other media as well.
All of you have been wonderful throughout this journey as we navigate unknown territory! Times like these remind of a principle I strive to live by: "Done is better than perfect". This doesn't mean that we don't do our best, but rather we do our best to get it done right, with the emphasis on "done".